E-commerce, government reforms and changes in service outsourcing strategies are expected to lead the transformation of the Indian logistics landscape.
In India, demand for mobility is likely to grow at a faster pace than ever in the next decade, driven by urbanisation, growing workforce, rising income levels and investments to improve infrastructure.
India faces a drastic scarcity of resources, but undoubtedly the most alarming is water, with many polluted and even toxic rivers. More than 600 million Indians face acute water shortages.
Think of a bubbling economy, low costs, stable government, a huge, young and growing population with high-level education, speaking English, open to innovation and easy to relate to.
It is undeniable that the Corona crisis hit us hard and shook even the world’s large economies.
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